When you are considering purchasing a holiday home, you may start by looking at properties in the sunniest of locations. But how much sunshine could you get for your money?
With Spring time just around the corner, Brits are swapping their winter clothes for their spring wear. But unfortunately, the UK at the best of times doesn’t always provide a lot of sunlight. This is why many holiday home property owners have swapped their British holiday homes for properties in Spain, where the sun lasts 3 hours more each day.
Buying a holiday home surrounded by sunlight makes perfect sense. The only problem many property owners come across, is the price, but it doesn’t have to be ridiculously expensive. Holiday apartments can be surprisingly affordable, even in hot and exciting places.
Buying a property abroad isn’t just about the summer fashion trends, more sunshine is proven to increase tourist’s happiness and provides vitamin D! So, where will you get the most sun for your money?
For more information on the cost of sunshine take a look at Property Guides infographic. They have crunched the numbers by taking the average 50 square metre apartment, that you would own the property for the next 20 years to give us the holiday home hotspots with the most affordable sunshine.